she appeared in the NSU-process combative. And she was active for the attacker Sami A., which was launched in July in spite of a deportation ban, the administrative court of Gelsenkirchen, Germany to Tunisia. The Frankfurt lawyer Seda Basay-energized Yildiz in the case of racist resentment and hatred, it is not surprising. But what happened in August, developed apparently to a police affair. Behind a massive threat, officials from a district in Frankfurt am Main plug maybe.
On 2. August,, the lawyer a Fax, in which you as a "bad Türkensau" is offended. And not only that. The author or authors threaten, the daughter of Basay-Yildiz to "battles". As "retaliation for 10,000 Euro penalty". The lawyer had requested at the end of July, after the deportation of Sami A. of a penalty in this amount against the city of Bochum. Shortly after the Fax arrived at Basay-Yildiz, in the your private address. The or the sender are called "NSU 2.0", apparently the victim of a lawyer from the trial against Beate Zschäpe in addition to intimidate.
"I get a lot of threats, but when it came to my daughter, handed it to me," said Basay-Yildiz on Sunday the daily mirror. They reported in the August report to the police. The investigations and met with a Suspect in its own ranks. An officer of a district in the city centre of Frankfurt had queried about your Computer the entries in the register to Basay-Yildiz. A official occasion, it was not obvious.
The investigators also discovered that the COP had formed with four colleagues in WhatsApp a chat group, in the Hitler images, swastika and racist slogans.
The police state protection by sought the jobs of the five officers and took cell phones and hard drives. The group should have been suspended also by the service. The Frankfurt police would not comment Sunday on the case.More about
"NSU 2.0" right-wing extremism is suspected of being shaken Frankfurt policeIngo Salmen
Basay-Yildiz is glad to be thoroughly determined, yet annoyed. You have to learn from the press that police officers are suspicious. The police have only talked last Thursday with her. She had been told, "there is no risk for you and your daughter." Yildiz can't believe it, Basay -. "I feel uncomfortable," she says, "before I go out, I look three times to the left and to the right". But intimidate you don't let, "I'm next".